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The Day in Rock Digest for 7/30: Joost De Graaf, frontman for Dutch hardcore/punk band Discipline was arrested this past weekend in Veldhoven, Netherlands for the murder of a thirty year-old woman, reportedly his wife. Lambgoat reports, the thirty-four year-old was accused of murder and arson following an explosion at his home in Veldhoven, where the body of his wife was found. more

The Superficial has posted "never-before-seen" shots of Jon Bon Jovi from the new book Sex, Drugs and Bon Jovi. Yes, they involve naked women and the 80s hair rock star. Photos of an 80s pop rock singer with naked women is about as shocking as the sun coming up in the morning but what is strange is the inclusion of photos with Michael Jackson. Check it out here

And for today's goofy report: Ozzy Osbourne claims he awoke from a restless night's sleep weeks before the Princess Di's untimely demise following a road traffic accident in Paris in 1997, and he instantly told an assistant of his macabre prediction. more. Wonder if he can pick the winning lotto numbers?

Bayside and Senses Fail have announced the dates for their fall co-headlining tour featuring support from Title Fight and Balance & Composure. more

From First To Last is going on an indefinite hiatus. Formed in 2002, the group has released albums with Epitaph Records and Rise Records. more

Planes Mistaken For Stars have announced a one-off reunion show in Chicago. The band will be supported by Big Science and The Swan King. more

Y&T manager Jill Meniketti has announced that bassist Phil Kennemore will be replaced on the band's current tour. Jill states, "The doctor has ordered Phil home to get rest and treatment.... Phil wants the tour to continue, so to honor his wish, Y&T will have a substitute bass player until he's able to return. Brad Lang will be substituting for this US tour." more

Unearthly Trance has announced a fall tour in support of their forthcoming album, "V." more

Michael Monroe will release a live album on September 27. To be titled Another Night In The Sun, it was recorded at the Tavasta Club in Helsinki during a private gig earlier this month more

David Draiman says that fans can expect a Disturbed show bigger than anything the band has done before on the Uproar tour. "The production for this touring cycle is turning out to be really, really amazing, really impressive," he said. "I can't really give away too much, but I will say that it is a aspect that no one has ever seen from Disturbed live - very theatrical, very dramatic, very visually stimulating - so we're very much looking forward to letting people see a Disturbed performance they've never seen before." more

At A Loss Recordings confirms this week that the label will be releasing the upcoming solo full-length from metal purveyor Bruce Lamont. The record is planned for a mid-fall release, with more details on the actual album to be unveiled in the coming weeks. more

Summing up the appeal of his upcoming Epiphone Slash Appetite For Destruction Les Paul, Slash tells MusicRadar, "The guitar that I used for Appetite, the Use Your Illusion records, Snakepit and my new record, it's a replica of that guitar. The sound on Appetite is a very sought-after tone - I've been hearing that for years and years - so this Epiphone Les Paul is for the die-hard fans who really love that sound." more

Video footage has surfaced of Heaven & Hell's recent Dio tribute concert which took place on Saturday, July 24th, 2010. Heaven & Hell members Tony Iommi, Geezer Butler and Vinny Appice were joined by a series of guest musicians to perform songs in Dio's honor. The video can be viewed here

Matthew and Gunnar Nelson (Nelson) announced the Ricky Nelson Remembered 25th Anniversary Tour will head to the Hamptons for a special one night only benefit performance to raise funds for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation at The Stephen Talkhouse in Amagansett, NY on August 28th. more

On this date in 1966, The Troggs' "Wild Thing" hit #1 in the States, holding that chart position for two weeks, until it was toppled by The Lovin' Spoonful's "Summer in the City." Read all about it here -

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